Monarch Conservation Day
Cool Summer Nights at the Desert Museum: Fiesta Fin de Verano
Jerome Art Walk
Columbus Day Sidewalk Sale
Join us on Friday, October 7 - Monday, October 10 for a fall fashion sidewalk sale in honor of Columbus Day!
4th Night Free
Book a three-night stay and get the fourth consecutive night free.
Arizona Museum of Natural History
Where else can you see a flash flood cascading down a three-story mountain inside a museum? Experience a real territorial jail, pan for gold in the History Courtyard, and wend your way through the Lost Dutchman’s Mine.
Check out the new special exhibitions and experience hands-on adventure for all ages in the Exploration Station. Bring a friend or family member of any age to the museum: there is always something new to discover at the Arizona Museum of Natural History. Explore Arizona and the Southwest from the creation of the earth 4.5 billion years ago to the present. See the origins of life on earth, meteorites and minerals. In Dinosaur Hall, discover some of the biggest dinosaurs that ever lived, and on Dinosaur Mountain see how some appeared and sounded in a natural context.
In a Walk through Time, explore ancient Arizona’s Paleozoic Seas, Triassic Petrified Forest, monsters of the Cretaceous Seas, and the first animals to fly. In the Southwest Gallery, you will see Paleo-indian big game hunters and gatherers, the first inhabitants of North America, and the Desert Cultures that developed later. Visit a Hohokam village, with pit houses and above-ground structures, outfitted with real artifacts as they might have been from about A.D. 600-1450. See the magnificent Ancient Cultures of Mexico. Have Fun with History, and explore the Spanish Southwest, Territorial Arizona, and Arizona’s historic 5 Cs in the History Courtyard.
Discover many of the movies that have been filmed in Arizona, and be in a western movie yourself! The Arizona Museum of Natural History is the premier natural history museum in Arizona. It is dedicated to inspire wonder, respect and understanding for the natural and cultural history of the Southwest. For more information, please check our website at AzMNH.org. Find us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter @AzMNH.
53 N. Macdonald
Mesa, Arizona 85201
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